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their independence. welcome, america's brain doctor, dr. paul nemiroff. it is a pleasure to have you here today. >>thank you, patrice. and thank you for the invitation. you know i'm always excited to have an opportunity to speak with people about this important breakthrough in helping to reversing memory loss. >so, doctor, tell us your story. how did you learn about this amazing development? >>you know i became aware of this a number of years ago, and i was working like a crazy 80 hours a week, doing surgery's, a family, running around doing all sorts of things i was exhausted. and i started to wonder, am i starting to lose it mentally with respect to my memory. things weren't sticking like they did before. >uh... is that a medical term? sticking? >>no, its not a medical term but it's accurate and i thought to myself was i somehow not as mentally efficient? had i burnt out some circuitry? i was really concerned because you know my brain is what i use everyday. and i did what i've done throughout my career. i began researching the literature to see what, if anything, was available... i looked fo
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for this week's episode of "open house." join us next week for more of america's top properties and design. if you missed something on today's show or just want to see more of these amazing homes, head to openhousetv.com. also join our facebook family or follow us on this neighborhood sure has changed in my lifetime. you know there was a time when people like me couldn't live here because of their race or the color of their skin. i'll never forget how i felt being told i wasn't welcome in this neighborhood, that this apartment was for whites only. that got better over time, but some people still didn't get equal treatment when it came to finding a home. no, there's no apartment here for you . well i own this building now, the fair housing act made a difference for someone like me. it gives us the opportunity to live in communities of our choice, free from discrimination. the fair housing act makes it illegal to discriminate in the renting or selling of a home because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, familial status or disability. know your rights, if you believe you have exp
for this week's episode of "open house." join us next week for more of america's top properties and designs. and if you missed something on today's show or want to see more of these homes, head to open >>> i'm sara gore and this is "open house nyk." we're on an incredible equestrian house in westchester. and george heads to the west coast to rescue a dedicate mad recent. but first colorful design. >> the colors against the white walls sets it off with a positive, emotional experience.
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to the disease, including more than one million people in america. >>> the u.s. supreme court may announce as early as monday how it plans to deal with court challenges to gay marriage. meantime, two women are going to get married today for the first time in a same-sex marriage at west point. it will take place at the u.s. military academy's cadet chapel. if you're in the area. the ceremony comes a little more than a year after president obama ended the military policy banning openly-gay people from serving. >>> ford is recalling fusion sedans because the engines can overheat and cause fires. that's inconvenient and dangerous. the recall affects vehicles from the 2013 model year with 1.6 liter engines. this is the fourth recall in as many months for the new ford escape which just went on sale last spring. >>> it's been months since a small dog was found in a trash bag on the side of the road in louisville, kentucky. and today, as you can see, karma the dog is doing just fine. he can walk. his broken bones are healing nicely and his personality is blossoming. the maltese was rescued by the
's become the amazing story of what happened here ithis remarkable courtroom in the heart of america. the fight here to uphold truth, find justice and perhaps undo a drdful lie. >> i don't want to die knowing that i did the wrong thing. >> reporter: this is the dreamer. his name is chuck erickson. >> i couldn't remember that night. >> reporter: and this the subject, or should we say, casualty of his dream. his name is ryan ferguson. perhaps you've heard about his story. we've told it right here on "dateline." but what's happened since, what's happened changes everything. you can see it in motion here at this rarest of legal happening. as our tortured dreamer relis the bizarre tale that began that strange, dark, confusing night. >> i couldn't remember going home. i couldn't remember leaving the club. >> reporter: the club. yes. that's where it all began. so puzzling. the events of that night back in 2001. a rare full moon on halloween, a college town, columbia, missouri, ryan ferguson and chuck erickson both at 17 considerably underage had gained entry to a college bar, a hangout name
of america will hold off on implementing the new fees until late next year. >>> we're back in a moment with the barrier breaking women proving they're every bit as tough as the guys. >>> retire the colors. ♪ >> thousands turned out today at naval station norfolk in virginia to see the world's first nuclear powered aircraft carrier officially retire from active duty. the "uss enterprise" is one of the most decorated ships in the history of the navy, serving in every major conflict since the cuban missile crisis back in '62. >>> this week the aclu filed a federal lawsuit to lift the ban on women in combat in the u.s. military. while women are permitted to fly fighter jets and attack helicopters, pentagon policy prohibits female soldiers and marines from serving in direct ground combat roles. but as u.s. military leaders struggle over how to bring women into ground combat training, two young women soldiers have already proven they've got what it takes. we get their story tonight from our chief pentagon correspondent jim miklaszewski. >> come on, man. >> reporter: it's grueling, downrigh
america's disabled veterans, and remember the dav. >>> tonight we are on a mission for a sugar high checking out the best desserts from around the country. now, every city has its own particular way of celebrating sweets, especially new york. they have one festival dedicated to one sweet in particular -- chocolate. ♪ the mayans' offer to the gods, willie wonka made a river out of it and we can't stand to get enough of it. chocolate. the 15th annual chocolate show, the finest chocolate people from around the world gather to share their heavenly creations with us mere mortals. >> it's made for chocolate lovers by chocolate lovers. it's best to come if you love chocolate, sweets. if you want to spend your day eating chocolate, you have to come here. >> i came to the new york chocolate show with my family every year for, like 15sh, 15 y. >> i'm going to real really find the purest dark possible. >> some of the best chocolates from around the world. >> it's like a dream in your mouth. >> to the world at large, chocolate is one of the most popular sweets. and for these vendors, making d
in america. >> watch. and go. okay, with his suit on. that is so nasty. you know how bad you smell after that? >> probably the type of person to do that to begin with doesn't care how they smell. >> i don't know i'm just saying. excellent point, i thought it through. i thought it was funny nameless didn't want her little boy to do that, because she didn't want to clean it up. >> she's done it in the tub. >>> first lady michelle obama is showing off the christmas decorations at the white house to a bunch of war veterans and families and things, and it's always cool. they are showing off a 300-pound gingerbread replica of the white house, there's bo the dog. look at that. gingerbread likeness of the white house. >> so beautiful. >> amazing what they do. >> main attraction, of course, is the white house christmas tree. that thing is 18 1/2 feet high and is decorated by the children of military families. >> that's so nice. i would not want to be the first family during the christmas season. they have receptions every night and all they do is smile and shake hands and take pictures. >> everyone wa
know america's next multimillionaire is the powerball winner. but there's mystery. the connection of surveillance video at a convenience store. >>> also, music to their ears. a big step forward for one of the bay area's most popular music festivals. >> reporter: the rain continues to pound people who live in the north bay. i'm sheryl hurd. i'll have an update on the north and east bay coming up. >>> the rain coming down across the bay area, friday around 6:30, the rush hour commute. a live look at traffic on 880 in oakland, fairly slow but moving. we're back in a moment. stay with us. >>> we have some breaking news in west oakland. a suspicious package has been found at a strip mall on 7th and market streets. once again, west oakland on 7th and market streets. the alameda county bomb squad is en route. we'll bring more detail when they become available. >>> back to the weather. our storm watch coverage, rain, flooding, traffic troubles. round two hit the bay area hard. >> we have live team coverage from the south bay to the north bay. let's bring in marianne favro who's in san jos
across north america makes the process easy and convenient, no matter where you live. recycling these batteries keeps them out of community landfills, and also preserves their materials for use in new products. we all enjoy the freedom that mobile technology gives us. let's accept the responsibility to pass that freedom on. find out how recycling works, how it helps, and how you can answer the call to recycle. visit call2recycle.org. (boy) grandpa, look what i got! (woman) oh dad, wait 'till you see the bike we got for jake. (narrator) hearing loss happens gradually with age... making it easy to ignore. yet most older americans aren't getting their hearing tested. untreated hearing loss can keep your loved ones from enjoying what they cherish most. (woman) dad, can you hear me? (narrator) don't let that happen. speak up about hearing loss. you'll be glad you did. hi. remember me? i'm one of more than 3 million disabled veterans living in the united states. my brothers and sisters gladly gave our all for our country, but we need help to get our lives back to normal again. that's
that we earned. don't forget america's disabled veterans, and remember the dav. morning because my back hurt so bad. the sleep number bed conforms to you. i wake up in the morning with no back pain. i can adjust it if i need to...if my back's a little more sore. and by the time i get up in the morning, i feel great! if you have back pain, toss and turn at night or wake up tired with no energy, the sleep number bed could be your solution. the sleep number bed's secret is it's air chambers which provide ideal support and put you in control of the firmness. and the bed is perfect for couples because each side adjusts independently to their unique sleep number. here's what clinical research has found: ® 93% of participants experienced back-pain relief. ® 90% reported reduced aches and pains. ® 87% fell asleep faster and enjoyed more deep sleep. for study summaries, call this number now. we'll include a free dvd and brochure about the sleep number bed including prices, and models plus a free $50 savings card. and how about this? steel springs can cause uncomfortable pressure points. but t
and a free $50 savings card. call now! my family's actually the oldest winemaking family in north america.his roots run long and deep in wine country. 152 years.but he's on a mission to make great wine even better. it's such a charming, little, cozy home. welcome. come on in.what this house lacks in space it makes up for in style and practicality. they told me they have a large garden and we decided to set up a nice barter system.this wine country chef's "barter system" means food is farm to fork
's actually the oldest winemaking family in north america.growing grapes and making wine is in 6th generation vintner steven kent mirrassou's blood. the mirrassou family, has been making wine since 1854. 6th generation, yes. 152 years we've been doing this. today, he makes wine under the steven kent label. steven kent is my first and middle name. mirassou is a brand name owned by a different winery so we're not able to use mirassou as part of our business name. we're on the ghielmetti vineyard in livermore.while the mirrasou family grew grapes and made wine in san jose for decades, steven's father moved east to make wine in nearby livermore valley. livermore is one of the oldest wine growing regions in california.grapes were planted here in the 1840s much the same time as napa valley. we believe that mother nature didn't shine her light strictly on the napa valley, especially as far as cabernet is concernedand we believe that cabernet is one of those varietals that can really shine in this region.mary what we have in this particular barrel is some cabernet that we're producing from our hom
for benefits and rights that we earned. don't forget america's disabled veterans, and remember the dav. when you hear the name fess parker you probably think of his roles as television's daniel boone or davy crockett , or perhaps of his santa barbara county winery. but the legendary actor also owns the wine country inn and spa in los olivos where you can head for some vintage r & r. in one pampering treatment at "spa vigne" you can get completely wrapped up in wine. the name of the spa is spa vigne which is a spa of the vinewe try to focus most of our treatments around the wine theme.the wine infusion wrap is deeply relaxing. therapist diane hovey prepares the infusion. crushed grapeseeds are mixed in with rosemary, eucalyptus and calendula.we put the herbs insideofa big tea pouch.the "tea bag" infuses a water bath. your treatment begins when diane adds the key ingredient, red wine. it's uh one of fess parker's wines.diane soaks towels in the wine and herb infusion that she lays under and over your body.okay? uh-hum. then she wraps you in heated and mylar blankets.the heat relaxes you.
. and more than 50,000 free drop-off locations across north america make it easy and convenient, we all enjoy the freedom that mobile technology gives us. let's accept the responsibility to pass that freedom on. find out how you can answer the call to recycle. visit call2recycle.org. wine country is known for its white tablecloth, fine dining establishment s. but not every meal can be an all out splurge. we set off to uncover a few bargain bites and found the real deals where the locals dine. napa valley's got its fair share of acclaimed and pricey restaurants, but you can also get great food for every meal of the day... without spending a fortune. for breakfast, locals swear by "abc" -- alexis baking company. the café lattes are phenomenal, and they come in this huge bowl with foam on top, and it's just delicious. i love abc actually, i come here for coffee every morning and for breakfast for sure on the weekends. breakfast at abc will set you back around six to eleven dollars. on the day we're visiting, they're serving egg sandwiches on fresh baked potato buns, oatmeal topped with brown su
america. steve markle is with "oars" -- the outdoor adventure river specialists. they're the guides for this trip. layers of clothing are good. the fit is great, but i care more about the water. of course, a "wine on the river" trip requires, well, wine. that's where scott klann from twisted oak winery comes in. i brought some barrel samples. we're going to have some fun tonight we're going to do what is called a blending seminar so i had to bring some barrel samples in order to do that. but first... we are all ready to get wet. we're going to go through some great rapids. they've gotta get down the river. these are "class four" rapids. that's four out of a possible six in difficulty. now, most adults can run class four rapids with a guide, but still, this is no walk in the park. it doesn't take long for the mighty tuolumne to flip a boat -- sending a handful of rafters, including scott the winemaker, into the drink. the boat turned over. it went up and it flipped. is the wine still attached to the boat? the wine was not in our boat. the barrel samples i knew were ok too because the
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